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B.C. biosolids could be headed to Richmond plant, Nanaimo quarry

LaFarge Canada says it may be ready to resume taking biosolids as fuel for its cement manufacturing facility in Richmond, while a new site has turned up at an old quarry near Nanaimo

Environmental group questions B.C. quarry operator sale

Coast Mountain Resources — the company that has been operating the quarry — has been sold to California-based Granite

Experts, feds slam report saying clean fuel regulation will hit poor Canadians hardest

Parliamentary Budget Officer report finds federal regulations to reduce the carbon pollution from gasoline and diesel will hit poorer Canadians harder, but experts say the analysis is flawed

Proposed North Vancouver hydrogen plant goes to public hearing

If approved by council, the hydrogen plant could have the greenhouse gas impact of taking 30,000 gasoline-burning vehicles off the road

B.C. gas projects could triple emissions target by 2030, finds report

A recent report found B.C. will blow its oil and gas emissions target without a cap. But that path requires diverting a huge amount of electricity needed elsewhere, experts warn

Part of B.C. under first heat warning of 2023

The hot plume of air is set to persist over B.C.'s North Coast for the next four days, warns Environment Canada. Elsewhere in the province, temperatures remain elevated raising flood risks

B.C.’s Elephant Hill wildfire results in losses of $1B per year: Indigenous report

The costliest single item, water purification, was assigned a value of $433.5 million

Western Canada braces for early heat wave, raising wildfire risk in Alberta and B.C.

Heat is expected to settle in Friday and intensify over the weekend in B.C., where there were more than 40 wildfires on Wednesday

Research finds some Pacific salmon migration out of sync with food supply

'The coastal ocean is changing in one way and Pacific salmon are changing in a myriad of other ways and those ways don't always align,' says researcher